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Fighting Child Labor through Social Inclusion and Financial Education
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Organization: Algerian Network for the Defense of Children's Rights NADA
Project: Fighting against Child Labor Through Social Inclusion and Financial Education
Arabic
This slide presentation summarizes a report from the National Symposium on the Protection of Children from Economic Exploitation in the Parallel Market. Key themes include: • delineating the negative effects of economic exploitation on the normal development of children; • increasing and intensifying efforts to protect children from economic exploitation; and • integrating and rehabilitating previously exploited children and adolescents.

Guide to Monitoring Public Money
Published: 2014
Organization: Organization for Promoting Integrity (OPI)
Project: Women Against Corruption and for Women’s Participation
Arabic

This manual provides an introduction to corruption, including a focus on combatting corruption and a broad overview of the manifestations of wasting public money. It also includes information on how to monitor and document incidents of wasting public money and the responsibility of official public bodies to protect public funds. The guide presents methods for reporting and following up on incidents where public money is being wasted, emphasizing the rights of the citizen.


A Training Manual on Empowering Women With Rights to Inheritance
Published: 2013
Organization: Wi'am: Palestinian Conflict Resolution & Transformation Center
Project: Inheritance Denied: Combating Gender Inequality in Property Rights in Palestine
Arabic

This training manual contains detailed information about the concept of inheritance in Palestinian and Islamic law and the laws governing inheritance. It explains women’s shares in inheritance and property rights in religious and legal systems, along with problems women encounter in obtaining their inheritance. The manual offers practical steps for an advocacy campaign to raise women's awareness of legal procedures to advocate for their rights.


The Global Landscape for Women
Published: 2012
Organization: Freedom House
Project: Breaking Barriers: Empowering Women in the Workforce
English Arabic

In English and Arabic, this presentation describes the global gender gap, using several countries as examples - Bahrain, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia. It also focuses on women in the workforce and challenges to accessing employment. For more information, please see Freedom House's training guide – Breaking Barriers: Empowering Women in the Workforce, Advancing Your Career and Becoming a Change Agent. This project was funded by the State Department's Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor (DRL).


Module 2, part III: Women’s Human Rights in the Family - Women and their Children
Published: 2012
Organization: Global Rights
Project: Human Rights Education Program for Women in Morocco
Arabic

This resource is the second module of the manual Making Human Rights Real: A Human Rights Education Program for Women in Morocco. It focuses on women and their children with four sessions: child custody and guardianship; filiation; transmitting nationality to children; and single mothers.


Module 4: Women’s Human Rights to Property
Published: 2012
Organization: Global Rights
Project: Human Rights Education Program for Women in Morocco
Arabic

This resource is the fourth module of the manual Making Human Rights Real: A Human Rights Education Program for Women in Morocco. This section focuses on women’s rights to property and includes seven sessions: women’s unpaid work in the household; contribution to household costs during marriage; marital property upon divorce; financial support by children in old age; the right to have a bank account; women’s right to credit; and women’s inheritance rights.


Module 5: Women’s Human Right to Freedom from Violence
Published: 2012
Organization: Global Rights
Project: Human Rights Education Program for Women in Morocco
Arabic

This resource is the fifth module of the manual Making Human Rights Real: A Human Rights Education Program for Women in Morocco. The focus is on women’s right to freedom from violence and includes nine sessions: verbal violence; physical violence in the family; sexual assault; sexual harassment in the workplace; women as the target of terrorist violence; the impact of terrorism on women’s human rights; pimping women for profit; violence against sex workers; and trafficking in persons.


Module 6: Women’s Human Right to Education
Published: 2012
Organization: Global Rights
Project: Human Rights Education Program for Women in Morocco
Arabic

This resource is the sixth module of the manual Making Human Rights Real: A Human Rights Education Program for Women in Morocco. The focus is on women’s human right to education and includes two sessions: women’s right to education and the impact of illiteracy on women’s human rights.


Module 7: Women’s Human Right to Health
Published: 2012
Organization: Global Rights
Project: Human Rights Education Program for Women in Morocco
Arabic

This resource is the seventh module of the manual Making Human Rights Real: A Human Rights Education Program for Women in Morocco. The focus is on women’s human right to health and includes three sessions: the obligation to have numerous children; women’s right to access to health care; and freedom from charlatans.


Module 8: Women’s Human Rights at Work
Published: 2012
Organization: Global Rights
Project: Human Rights Education Program for Women in Morocco
Arabic

This resource is the eighth module of the manual Making Human Rights Real: A Human Rights Education Program for Women in Morocco. It focuses on women’s human rights at work and includes three sessions: discrimination at work in the formal sector: hiring, salaries, hours, and family responsibilities; discrimination at work in the informal sector: the case of domestic workers; and the right to belong to a labor union.


Module 9, Part I: Women’s Human Right to Full Citizenship - Freedom of Movement
Published: 2012
Organization: Global Rights
Project: Human Rights Education Program for Women in Morocco
Arabic

This resource is part of the ninth module of the manual Making Human Rights Real: A Human Rights Education Program for Women in Morocco. It focuses on women’s human right to full citizenship and freedom of movement. The theme includes two sessions: women’s right to freedom of movement and the impact of male migration on women’s rights.


Module 9, Part II: Women’s Human Right to Full Citizenship - The Impact of Corruption on Women’s Human Rights
Published: 2012
Organization: Global Rights
Project: Human Rights Education Program for Women in Morocco
Arabic

This resource is part of the ninth module of the manual Making Human Rights Real: A Human Rights Education Program for Women in Morocco. This file reviews the Module9 in the program: Women’s human right to full citizenship and the impact of corruption on women’s human rights. The theme includes three sessions: corruption and gender; corruption in the judicial system; and corruption and elections.


Module 9, Part IV: Women’s Human Right to Full Citizenship - The Human Rights of Physically Challenged Women
Published: 2012
Organization: Global Rights
Project: Human Rights Education Program for Women in Morocco
Arabic

This resource is part of the ninth module of the manual Making Human Rights Real: A Human Rights Education Program for Women in Morocco. This file highlights women’s human right to full citizenship and the human rights of physically challenged women.


Module 10: Women’s Right to Participate in Political Life
Published: 2012
Organization: Global Rights
Project: Human Rights Education Program for Women in Morocco
Arabic

This resource is the tenth module of the manual Making Human Rights Real: A Human Rights Education Program for Women in Morocco. It focuses on women’s right to participate in political life with six sessions: making decisions without women; women and decision-making positions; obstacles to women’s political participation; the right to vote in elections; vote your conscience; and know your government.


Module 11: Women’s Human Right to Freedom from Stereotyping
Published: 2012
Organization: Global Rights
Project: Human Rights Education Program for Women in Morocco
Arabic

This resource is the eleventh module of the manual Making Human Rights Real: A Human Rights Education Program for Women in Morocco. It highlights women’s human right to freedom from stereotyping with two sessions: images of women in advertising and school textbooks; and the role of the media in promoting responsibility for human rights violations.


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